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Abu Dhabi’s hospitality market saw subdued performance in the years leading up to 2013, the market has since gone from strength to strength, with three consecutive years of RevPAR growth.
A brief review of Africa's tourism hotspots and where it is seeing growth in the hospitality sector.
Introducing the first report of a series of research bulletins on key Africa growth hotspots based on Knight Frank’s 2015 Africa Report.
According to the latest research bulletin on Africa’s property hotspots issued by Knight Frank, Nigeria is gradually attracting international investment interest as a result of robust economic growth and a wide range of investment opportunities.
A focus on commercial research services.
This brochure highlights the breadth and depth of our Consultancy and Research expertise and features a selection of our showcase consultancy works from around the world.
The inaugural edition of The Hub report, which looks how Dubai fares compared to other global hubs in regards to 4 key property sectors on both a macro and micro level: offices, industrial, residential and hospitality.
A market analysis of Dubai holiday homes and how the peer-to-peer sharing economy in the emirate is shaping the hospitality real estate sector.
Retail e-commerce report. The e-commerce, with possibility of additional growth in Spain, is in expansion and has become the perfect complement to the physical store and vice versa. The report includes a complete analysis of the trends in the sector.
A review of Africa’s growing hotel market. The report includes an overview of hotel supply and development, major hotel chains in Africa, hotel market performance and capital markets activity.
The publication highlights the most popular meeting areas in Warsaw. It describes the newest culinary trends and points out places worth visiting in Poland's capital.
Report on luxury in the retail sector. Analyses the retail units, brands and buyers in the luxury shopping streets in Spain: Serrano, in Madrid, and Paseo de Gracia, in Barcelona.
A study of the deep renovation that is living the commercial area par excellence of the Spanish capital, Puerta del Sol. It analyses how the best firms are repositioning their brand and creating a new scenario in the area, thanks to the establishment of 2nd generation flagships.
Metro Manila was identified as one of the world’s hottest cities in The Wealth Report 2018. The Philippine’s significant economic momentum and positive property dynamics were recognized as factors creating sizeable investor interest around the world. .
Reports of The Death of the High Street have been greatly exaggerated. While some high streets are undoubtedly very challenged and the retail occupier market generally continues to rebase rather than rebound, our strongest high streets are more than fighting their corner.
Leisure has come of age as a property asset class. Our latest Retail Newsletter explores the fundamentals of a diverse and vibrant sector that now commands £1 of every £5 of our consumer wallet. In a deeply polarised food & beverage market, we also assess where’s hot and where might be overheating.
A Quarterly Report Reviewing The UK Retail Out-Of-Town & Leisure Market. The Report Provides A Commentary On Occupier Trends As Well As Data Examining Details Of Key Transactions.
A review of current trends and performance in Riyadh and Jeddah’s hospitality sector as well as a market forecast following the new developments and regulations.
Analysis of the main market indicators, shopping centre openings and retail investment data in Q3 2017.
Analysis of the main market indicators, shopping centre openings and retail investment data in Q1 2018.
A review of Dubai's strategy and development to become the world's smartest city outlining initiatives within the technology, infrastructure, and economical sectors.
‘Knight Frank’s predictions for the retail market in 2018 – a very challenged occupier market but an overdue recovery in retail property investment. ’.
الإصدار الأول من تقرير المركز الاقليمي يبحث أداء دبي مقارنة بالمراكز الاقليمية الأخرى حول العالم من خلال تطور أربعة قطاعات عقارية رئيسية على مستوى الاقتصاد الكلي والجزئي: العقارات المكتبية، الصناعية، السكنية والفندقية.